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VIAGGIANDO NEL CANTO DEGLI ALBERI: il Libro, il Cd e le Carte Divinatorie.

What do you do during your web-surfing? We are on Edoardo Tori’s soundcloud page (http://ift.tt/1ChjNSc) hearing him production. He products this songs thanks to the backer of his first campaign. 19 more words

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Women's novel competition 2015

For the budding authoresses among you Myslexia, a woman’s writing magazine, is running a contest to write a novel. The top 5 will receive manuscript feedback from The Literary Consultancy and an invitation to a networking event with literary agents. 36 more words

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Debbie Taylor: Herring Girl

Debbie Taylor is the founder and editorial director of the women’s writing magazine Myslexia, author of several novels including The Fourth Queen, Hungry Ghosts, and her latest release, which she came to talk about, Herring Girl. 525 more words

Culture

Matt Haig’s 'Reasons to Stay Alive'

Before attending this book reading, organised by Head in a Book, I admit I didn’t know anything about Matt Haig or his books. Now that I’m better informed I’d like to share with you what I discovered. 710 more words

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Book Bits: 'The Truth According to Us,' E. L. James, Cynthia Hurd, 'Primates of Park Avenue'

If you arrived on this planet on or before June 23, 1961, you saw the release of John Steinbeck’s The Winter of Our Discontent. Or perhaps you read it in a high school or college English class. 1,018 more words

Books And Publishing

Any Review is a Good Review

Reviews are a form of publicity, and as we have all heard, there is no such thing as bad publicity, so could it be that there is no such thing as a bad review? 191 more words

Culture

How to Write a Best Seller

Today’s topic is the question every writer wishes they knew the answer to; How to Write a Best Seller. Of course there is no magic recipe for writing a best seller, or all books would be, but there are ways to help one along. 598 more words

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